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Of Note

This installation, which comes alive with bubbling colours at the flick of a switch, was created in the Visual Arts Building by Montreal artist Guy Laramée as part of a performance piece called Ur Boor by Los Angeles artist Rachel Rosenthal. Now on tour, it is meant to be a protest against violence. However, Dean Christopher Jackson had to take six whacks at it with a bottle of champagne before it was officially launched on June 4.

Convocation 1999

Campus Ministry invites graduates, families and friends,

faculty and staff to

Multi-faith Service of Thanksgiving

Sunday, June 13

11 a.m.

Loyola Chapel,

7141 Sherbrooke St. W.

Rituals and readings of sacred texts from several religious traditions, thanks for our blessings, and prayers for our graduates. Graduates should arrive at 10:45 a.m., with convocation gown, if possible. Refreshments will be served after the service.

The Loyola Alumni Association has invited Rector Frederick Lowy to provide an update on plans for the development of and programs for the Loyola Campus

Thursday, June 17

5:30 p.m.

Hingston Hall, L-HC-100

Although this event is organized for the benefit of Loyola alumni, others are welcome to attend.

It’s a party, and you’re invited!

After the Rector’s presentation, the Concordia Student Union will throw a beer-and-barbecue party. Enjoy our green space and meet the new CSU executive.

Copyright 1999 Concordia's Thursday Report.